Only three acts performed more than once at this month’s Grammy Awards.

One was Adele, who opened the night with “Hello” and then paid tribute to the late George Michael. Another was Bruno Mars, who sang his song “That’s What I Like” as well as Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy.”

The third was Little Big Town.

According to the band’s manager, it was not so many years ago that the country quartet had trouble scoring even a presenting spot at one of music’s many awards shows. But at the Grammys, Little Big Town took part in an elaborate salute to the Bee Gees and introduced Katy Perry by singing her “Teenage Dream” in the group’s signature four-part harmony.

“What a great song,” the band’s Karen Fairchild said the next afternoon. “And to get to slow it down and make it more folksy?”

“It was dreamy,” her band mate (and husband) Jimi Westbrook added with a laugh.

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